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Religious wants of the colony of New South Wales
Bib ID 401364
Format BookBook
Printer (Fisher, Son & Co.)
Description [England? : s.n., 1840?] 
15 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

"Extracted from the Colonial Magazine, No. 6, for July, 1840".

Includes extract from: The state of religion and education in New South Wales / W.W. Burton. -- London : J. Cross, 1840. (Ferguson no.2943).

One of Library's copies in Bound Pamphlets, v.89, no.1608.

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Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 3068

Subjects Church and state - New South Wales - History.  |  Great Britain - Colonies - Religion.  |  New South Wales - Church history - 19th century.

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